The Pennsylvania AWWA provides resources to assist communities in managing and protecting drinking water resources.
The Minnesota Source Water Assessment Program allows users to access Source Water Assessment reports for Minnesota communities.
The National Rural Water Association is a non-profit organization focused on providing support to small community water systems. The NWRA provides training and technical assistance for source water protection through its affiliated state organizations.
The Wisconsin American Water Works Association provides education, advocacy, career development, and outreach for water quality protection. The Wisconsin AWWA hosts training and events for members, and provides resources on Wisconsin water services legislation and regulations.
The New York Department of Health Wellhead Protection Program webpage provides an overview of New York's wellhead protection, and guidance for implementing wellhead programs.
The Illinois Rural Water Association provides training and technical assistance to rural water and wastewater systems. The ILRWA website includes information on membership, upcoming events, training opportunities, and publications.
The Illinois EPA Source Water Assessment Program (SWAP) protects drinking water for more than 11 million people. This resource outlines the purpose of Illinois SWAP, the types of water supplies to be assessed, and the expected results from SWAP.
New York's statewide source water assessment program plan outlines the implementation of the state's source water assessment program.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management oversees source water protection through multiple programs, including the source water assessment program, wellhead protection, underground storage, and nonpoint source pollution planning.